KeyBank Provides $5.2M In Financing For Affordable Housing Property In Harlem

Rebusiness Online reports that KeyBank Community Development Lending & Investment has provided $5.2 million acquisition financing for Grand Crossing, an affordable housing property located in Central Harlem. Built in 1910, the five-story property features five studio units, 35 two-bedroom units and 15 three-bedroom units. The undisclosed borrower plans to invest in unit upgrades, including green renovations. Tom Peloquin and John Gilmore of KeyBank arranged the financing through Freddie Mac. Paul McCormick and Matt Dzbanek of Ariel Property Advisors represented the borrower in the financing.

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